Building a synchronous redis server

To make this example short and easy to follow, our Redis clone will implement a very small subset of the RESP protocol and will be able to process only SET and GET calls. We'll use the official redis-cli that comes with the official Redis package to make queries against our server. To use the redis-cli, we can install Redis on Ubuntu by running apt-get install redis-server.

Let's create a new project by running cargo new rudis_sync and adding the following dependencies in our Cargo.toml file:

rudis_sync/Cargo.toml[dependencies]lazy_static = "1.2.0"resp = { git = "" }

We have named our project rudis_sync. We depend on two crates:

  • lazy_static: We'll use this to store ...

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